Parts of A Flower: Different Parts of A Flower & A Leaf in English

Parts of A Flower & Parts of A Leaf in English! Learn interesting facts about flower parts and parts of a leaf in English with example sentences and ESL pictures.

Parts of A Flower

List of different parts of a flower in English:

  • Bud
  • Anther
  • Filament
  • Sepal
  • Receptacle
  • Peduncle
  • Petal
  • Stigma
  • Style
  • Ovary
  • Pistil

Flower parts with example sentences:

Bud

  • The bud develops into a flower.

Anther

  • He has been transferred to anther branch.

Filament

  • The gills constitutes of gill arch, gill raker, gill filament branch leaf.

Sepal

  • The sepal is usually green. It can protect the flower bud.

Receptacle

  • In the backyard, there was a large receptacle for catching rainwater.

Peduncle

  • This species shows great variability in stem branching, leaf shape, leaf margin , and peduncle length.

Petal

  • A butterfly would have exerted more pressure alighting on a flower petal.

Stigma

  • The pollen is shed directly on the stigma.

Ovary

  • The part within the ovary of a flowering plant to which the ovules are attached.

Pistil

  • The stigma is the sticky knob at the top of the pistil.

Parts of A Leaf

List of main parts of a leaf in English:

  • Midrip
  • Petiole
  • Tip
  • Veins
  • Lamina

Leaf parts with example sentences:

Midrib

  • The leaves are also fleshy with a prominent midrib, with five pairs of lateral veins.

Petiole

  • The petiole and the blade of the leaves are usually distinctly different.

Tip

  • Brown tips are a warning sign that something is going wrong with your houseplant care regiment.

Veins

  • The veins on a leaf transport water and nutrients to and from the leaf and provide structural support

Lamina

  • Summertime lamina appears completely for green.

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this is a very helpful diagram. i would not have passed fourth grade without it.